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Crealbilly Wood Working thread

Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by crealbilly, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. Jul 25, 2018
    CrealCritter

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    Thanks yeah the kitchen cabinets turned out pretty good. A couple of features not pictured are:

    All the toe kicks are shallow drawers except for the sink cabinet. My wife found it good to store flat stuff in like pizza and cookie pans.

    Lower cabinets have slide out shelves really nice to pull out a shelf and have a pot or pan right there instead bending down and sticking you head in the cabinet to try and find the one you want.

    The drawer face next to the stove right hand side flips and pulls out to reviele a large maple cutting board you can slide the maple cutting board out and there is a drawer under it to store knives. I found this very handy being right next to the stove and all.
     
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    Current side project...

    It's a rough template for a quad alternator bracket for 99 ~ 13 GM/Chevy/Hummer V8. For stuff like this I first make a template out of wood, then tweak it to fit. Once i'm happy with it, I'll use my router to duplicate it out of aluminum. This makes it easy and repeatable many times over.

    As with most everything General everything is a angle or radius.
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